Burger King has been locked in trademark cases in India – from a small pushcart called Mr Singh Burger King to joints in malls with similar names.
The Delhi government has given time till November end for ecommerce companies to start filing mandatory quarterly returns.
Delhi HC orders ED to probe whether ecommerce companies like Snapdeal, Jabong, Myntra have flouted FDI rules
The court was hearing a case filed against the government by shoe shop owners on the grounds that India bars overseas capital in the sector.
Siddhi Vinayak Knots has filed cases against Amazon, Flipkart in Bombay High Court for allegedly selling sarees that are copies of its copyrighted designs.
Maggi lovers are celebrating the return of the popular instant snack after Nestle resumed its sale in several cities on Monday.
Cheer for cos like Apple, Rolex as government eases local procurement guidelines for single-brand retail
In a major leg-up for global brands such as Apple and Rolex, India has relaxed a mandatory local procurement condition for high-tech companies.
H&M, which opened its first store in the country last month, has said that using the acronym "HM" amounts to trademark infringement.
IKEA has told the Indian government it will need more time to meet the 30% mandatory local sourcing rule because of its sustainability pledge.
GMV concept makes no sense & is used by ecommerce players like Flipkart, Amazon to justify valuations: Jabong's CFO
While India’s brick-and-mortar retailers have criticised the GMV methodology, this is the first time that an online peer has questioned the concept.
Flipkart, Snapdeal and Amazon cite harassment by tax authorities over a form that buyers are required to furnish when purchasing goods from other states.
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